The AI Regulation extends a broad regulatory scope that will mean it impacts providers, users, distributors, importers, or resellers of AI, including Israeli companies innovating AI.
Chorus uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to capture and analyze prospect and customer calls, meetings, and emails.
Evidence shows not the creation of “killer robots,” but rather the networking of drones and other autonomous or unmanned systems.
A new artificial intelligence system can diagnose heart issues with greater precision than people.
A new collaboration between an Israeli biotech company, Sight Diagnostics, and Shaare Zedek aims to provide early detection of blood cancers by analyzing images of blood cells.
These are some of the companies that have raised more than $11.5 billion so far in the hi-tech sector this year.
In addition to five bedrooms, three reception rooms and a large garden, Turing's former home also boasts a historical blue plaque at the entrance, honoring the mathematician's achievements.
Made-in-Israel “StuffThatWorks” is the first-ever artificial intelligence-based crowdsourcing platform for the treatment of chronic conditions.
“This is an era of precision medicine, and Immunai, together with other companies, is helping shape the next generation of medicine relying on big data and biology.”
Mark Gazit speaks at the Jerusalem Post-Khaleej Times Global Investment Forum in Dubai